The Tentsile UNA is our first single-person Tree Tent with removable Rainfly, offering you the chance to hike into the outback even further for a whole new level of freedom.
This single person model is the lightest Tree Tent solution in the world, perfect for hikers and backpackers so that they can walk further, carry less weight and get the most comfortable night’s sleep imaginable.
It features a tensioned hammock bed with large pockets on each side, full no-see-um mesh top with a fold away door and a removable R ainfly for unbeatable views. The rain fly can be pegged out towards the ground, creating a large 25ft² / 2.25m² covered area so you can use the floor to store your gear beneath the tent.
Setup Size 2.8 x 2.8 x 1.6m / 9 x 9 x 5ft
Weight 2.3kg / 5lbs
Maximum Load 150kg / 330lbs
2.2sqm / 24sqf
Head Height: 60cm / 2ft
Maximum Capacity:1 adult and their gear
Imagery By Tom Kahler
• 10 minute setup time
• Single person
• Removable Rainfly with 5 colour options
• Ultralight weight. Perfect for hikers
• 40D inclined joint nylon-polyester composite floor reinforced with 20+m of seatbelt webbing
What is Tentsile?
At Tentsile, we create some of the world's most versatile tents. All our tree tents are made to be suspended over the ground, but in dry conditions can also be pitched on the ground like a conventional tent.
Whether you are looking for an all-terrain camping solution, a safari safe house, a mountain or beach retreat, or a portable treehouse that avoids all planning restrictions, with the Tentsile tree tent the sky really is the only limit.
What are the benefits?
The unique design provides comfortable and spacious accommodation in any environment. The Tentsile Stingray and Connect tree tents both come with a fully enclosed insect mesh roof (with opening doors) and removable rainfly sheets so you can enjoy the stars on a clear night! As our tents are designed to be suspended in tension, the tents are unaffected by topography or water, and they also provide increased separation from bugs, snakes and other, larger predators.